This is an online event.
Sponsored by: New Hampshire Archeological Society
White Mountain National Forest Archaeology: An Evening With Heritage Staff – NHAS
Sarah Jordan, Heritage Program Manager and Forest Archaeologist, Claire Sleeman, Assistant Forest Archaeologist, Genevieve Everett, Archaeological Technician, White Mountain National Forest
The White Mountain National Forest (WMNF) comprises 800,000 acres of federally managed land in three New Hampshire counties, Grafton, Carroll, and Coos, and Oxford County in Maine. The 800,000 acres are split into three districts, the Pemigewasset, Saco and Androscoggin, where Forest Service staff work every day, including five Heritage Program staff, Heritage Program Manager/Forest archaeologist, Sarah Jordan, Assistant Forest Archaeologist, Claire Sleeman, and Archaeological Technicians, Genevieve Everett, Alisha Teator, and Maggie Barry. Learn a bit about how Sarah, Claire and Gen work to manage and protect heritage and archaeological resources in the White Mountains.
Location: Zoom. Register at bit.ly/2023NHASevent